Megan Colnar

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Megan Colnar is a recognized expert and thought leader in evaluation, impact measurement and management, learning, and strategy for complex, dynamic social change efforts. As the owner and principal of Revolution Impact—an agency that guides social change leaders, organizations, funders, and investors to maximize their social impact—she supports social change actors to be as resilient and impactful as possible, and as a fierce champion of equity and inclusion, assists in applying these lenses to social change work. She has applied these skills and gained expertise working in over 50 countries across six continents including at the Open Society Foundations, Transparency and Accountability Initiative, The Hunger Project, and the United Nations. She holds a Master’s in Public Administration from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University and a BA in International Studies and Latin American Studies from Rhodes College. In 2008, Colnar was awarded a prestigious Thomas J. Watson Fellowship to pursue independent research on nonviolence and reconciliation movements in six countries across four continents.

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